Sustainable Chilean Wine Tasting

Sustainable Chilean Wine Tasting


What goes into a bottle of Chilean wine? It’s the land; it’s the hard working community; it’s the passion for sustainability that looks to the future; all together, it results in the delicious wine in your glass.

Get to know the amazing wines of Chile with CEO of VinePair, Adam Teeter. We invite you to taste, sip, and savor a variety of Chilean wines, while learning about the history and evolution of Chilean winemaking today. Chile’s dry climate makes it a natural hub for organic, biodynamic, and sustainable winemaking, as well as allows for immense diversity in wine production. From crisp and refreshing whites to bold world-class reds, get a taste of what the world’s narrowest country has to offer.

Host - Adam Teeter

Adam founded VinePair with Josh with one simple goal: create a publication he actually wanted to read in a space he was extremely passionate about. Since founding the publication Adam has become recognized as an authority on how to make the drinks world accessible to everyone as well as on the ever evolving media landscape. He is the winner of the Left Bank Bordeaux Cup American Wine-Tasting Championship and holds an MBA from NYU Stern.

Guest - Philippe Newlin

Philippe Newlin is the founder and owner of Ivywine, a fine wine education and events company. He is also the former US head of DUCLOT, the Bordeaux wine importing and distribution firm that he established in North America in 2012. Prior to working on the commercial side of the wine business Newlin was the Tastings Director and an Associate Editor at Wine & Spirits Magazine. Philippe holds the Diploma degree of the Wine and Spirits Education Trust of London, the highest accreditation of this important industry body. He teaches the introduction-to-wine courses at Columbia University’s School of Business Administration and at Yale’s School of Management, where his classes sell-out quickly. He has also lectured at Wharton, Harvard Business School, Dartmouth’s Tuck School and WGBH Boston. A native New Yorker, Newlin graduated from Trinity College with a B.A. in political science, and from Columbia’s School of International Affairs with a Master’s degree in diplomacy. Newlin has driven a yellow cab in NYC, lived in the jungles of South America as a Peace Corps Volunteer, and spent fourteen years on Wall Street trading floors as a currency options specialist at UBS and Bank of America before succumbing to the pleasures of the grape.